Chief Operating Officer
London, Manchester or home-based position
Help to lead a team at the cutting edge of making social enterprise work in the culture sector. We have both a national presence and an international influence. Now, with 50 staff and £3 million turnover, we need a COO to oversee Finance, HR and IT.
Key responsibilities include:
Systems Management including business processes and enterprise systems
Financial planning and strategy, including investment, mergers and acquisitions
Talent Management including HR policy and staff development
If what you see appeals, fill in our application form. We’ll let you know within 7 days if you are a contender.
Deadline for applications: The process should be completed by 31 August, so early applications advisable.
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Our Shared Cultural Heritage (OSCH) project: Young Evaluator
Are you curious? Do you like finding out how and why things work? Are you creative? Are you analytical? Do you like talking to other people to find out what they think and to understand their point of view?
We are looking for young people aged 16-21 to work with The Audience Agency and the British Council for 12 months to help evaluate the Our Shared Cultural Heritage project. Applicants must have a lived experience of, or an interest in, South Asian culture and be from the Glasgow area.
The Our Shared Cultural Heritage project focuses on exploring the shared cultures and histories of the UK and South Asia (mainly the areas that India, Pakistan and Bangladesh cover). The project works with young people aged 11-25 to experiment and create new ways for museums and youth organisations to work together and become better places for young people to explore identity, connect with others and to create new opportunities for young people.
Would you like to get involved? Send a completed email or postal application by 5 pm on Thursday 26 September 2019. Please find the application questions in the document below.
Deadline for applications: 5 pm on Thursday 26 September 2019
The Audience Agency is on a mission. Help to guide a team at the cutting edge of making social enterprise work in the culture sector which is worth £100bn to the UK economy and growing at double its rate. TAA is the mandatory recipient of audience information from anyone in the sector getting public arts funding. With this and some super software, we are a resource for arts, museum and heritage activities, providing them with intelligence on who their audiences are, who they could be, what makes them tick, and how to reach them. We have both a national presence and an international influence. Now, with 50 staff and over £2 million turnover we need to beef up our financial governance.
This could be the first non-exec post to decorate your CV or the latest to join others.
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